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What images would you like to see?

  • Posted February 21, 2013

What application images would you like to be added next

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Get Arch Linux back!

ISPConfig, Apache, MySQL, PHP, etc on Centos 6.x :-)

A solid, lightweight, fast LEMP stack would be GREAT!! Arch64 + Nginx + MariaDB + PHP-FPM perhaps?

18% of all web sites run on WordPress. I guess many non-technical users would appreciate Ubuntu based LAMP + Wordpress.

Startup Image for RoR <br>Rails, Nginx, Unicorn, MySQL or another better combo for Rails.

How about a LAMP/phpmyadmin+ tomcat7+example with OpenJava and OracleJava 1.7 <br> option for LAMP/phpmyadmin+tomcat6+examples with OpenJava and OracleJava 1.6 <br>https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/tomcat.html <br> <br>this would allow application migration routes to be planned from tomcat6 to tomcat7

I suggest ISPConfig! It’s an amazing panel… just as good as cPanel imo :)

It’d be nice to see up-to-date cPanel and DirectAdmin images for faster deployment. cPanel alone can take up to 50-60+ minutes to install, even on higher-end VPS’s and Dedicated Servers, so having a read-made image that we can just deploy and run an update on would be far less time consuming. <br> <br>Of course, we could roll our own since cPanel offers a 15-day trial (which would make this possible), though if the IP we use has already had a trial attached to it, the 15-day trial offer doesn’t work.

zpanel is one that I had trouble installing and may be useful